Everyday Sight is reader-supported. We may earn a commission when you purchase via links on our site. We love rooting for the underdog in movies, their courage inspiring us to persevere through tough times. Even moreso, something about watching a blind protagonist not only leaves a soft spot in our hearts, but sparks ideas of inspiration.
She's a blind date, all right. One glass of Champagne and she's chewing on his lips. Two glasses and she's shouting across crowded restaurants and ripping the pockets off of men's suits. It doesn't take much to get her blind. One drink will do it, and it is the misfortune of the hero of "Blind Date" that he gives her that one drink. He works all night on a big presentation, and then needs a date to take to the company dinner in honor of a visiting Japanese businessman.
Emily Schultz , Staff Reporter April 8, The older I get, the more I hear talk from anxiety-ridden friends looking to find a partner. While hooking up is definitely a large part of college culture, after four or five years in school, most people seem to be ready to settle down, and this is understandable. Relationships are comfortable. It feels good to be cared about and to care for someone else.
As comic books have evolved over the years and the stories and characters along with them, so too have the complex romantic relationships these heroic characters have gone through. Often times the romances fans know and love become iconic, but other times fans will see heroes fall in love with someone on the opposite side of the law. There are many infamous moments from Marvel Comics in particular where a hero has fallen in love with a villain and vice versa. Some become iconic staples, while others fizzle quickly.